Gabrielle Leroy-Meirhaeghe

Gabrielle Leroy-Meirhaeghe

Gabrielle Leroy-Meirhaeghe
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lamus-dworski: Etno series by the make-up artist Beata Bojda from Poland. Photography: Ula Kóska. “In the folk culture - Polish wreath and bunches of flowers were a part of both religious and secular ceremonies such as marriage, funeral, festivals or Easter. In late 19th and early 20th century when industry developed decorative papers and cigarette - new branch of handicraft called ‘handicraft paper’ developed. ’Handcraft paper’ has been used in the manufacture of ornaments, especially d...

lamus-dworski: Etno series by the make-up artist Beata Bojda from Poland. Photography: Ula Kóska. “In the folk culture - Polish wreath and bunches of flowers were a part of both religious and secular ceremonies such as marriage, funeral, festivals or Easter. In late 19th and early 20th century when industry developed decorative papers and cigarette - new branch of handicraft called ‘handicraft paper’ developed. ’Handcraft paper’ has been used in the manufacture of ornaments, especially d...

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Attaché de foulard cheveux afro crépus naturels

Attaché de foulard cheveux afro crépus naturels

lamus dworski

lamus dworski

des artistes recréent des couronnes de fleurs traditionnelles slaves  2Tout2Rien

des artistes recréent des couronnes de fleurs traditionnelles slaves 2Tout2Rien

From the bright beads to the bold makeup to the bouquets balanced as exuberant crowns, these photographs by Ula Kóska are rich with color, pattern, and texture. Created in collaboration with makeup artist, stylist, and costume designer Beata Bojda, the images comprise a series called Etno, an abbreviation stemming from the word “ethnography.” Kóska and Bojda have paid homage to their shared Polish roots by featuring craftsmanship that’s likely to surprise those unfamiliar with the country’s…

From the bright beads to the bold makeup to the bouquets balanced as exuberant crowns, these photographs by Ula Kóska are rich with color, pattern, and texture. Created in collaboration with makeup artist, stylist, and costume designer Beata Bojda, the images comprise a series called Etno, an abbreviation stemming from the word “ethnography.” Kóska and Bojda have paid homage to their shared Polish roots by featuring craftsmanship that’s likely to surprise those unfamiliar with the country’s…

Moleskine6 - Dirty Harry ilustracion

Moleskine6 - Dirty Harry ilustracion

Dolce & Gabbana Summer 2016 More

Dolce & Gabbana Summer 2016 More

Tradition#Champagne#Brut#Montgueux - Champagne Leroy Meirhaeghe

Tradition#Champagne#Brut#Montgueux - Champagne Leroy Meirhaeghe